50 free: 23.41
100 back: 53.21
200 back: 1:56.20
Competed at the NCAA Championships as a relay swimmer in the 200 and 400 medley relays…helped the Seminoles win the bronze medal at the ACC Championships in the 200 medley relay, setting the school record and earning an NCAA A standard…placed 13th in the 100 back (53.60) after swimming a personal best in prelims of 53.21…added a 20th place finish in the 200 back at 1:56.20…competed in the 100 back (55.99) against FAU…finished in fifth place at 56.54 and took fourth in the 200 back (2:02.09) in the win over No. 23 Alabama and Miami…placed eighth in the 100 back (53.87) after swimming a time of 53.82 in prelims at the GT Invite…was 13th in the 200 back (1:56.79) and also competed in the 50 free (23.63)…took fourth in the 100 back (56.66) before taking third in the 200 back (2:01.13) vs. Arizona State…was fifth in both the 100 back (56.01) and 200 back (2:01.85)
McDonald competed at the 2018 Canadian National Championships where she won bronze in the 50m back with a time of 29.04….also competed in the 100m back (1:03.16) and 200m back (2:18.02) finals…. placed fourth in the 100 back at the 2017 Canadian Junior Championships and was also a finalist in the 200 back….was the gold medalist at the 2017 OFSSAA Championships in the 50m free and also took silver in the 100m back and was also a two-time medalist at the 2017 Speedo Eastern Canadian Championships… a two-time Olympic Trials qualifier.
Personal: Born March 31, 2000…daughter of Matthew and Kim McDonald…swam for the Windsor Aquatic Club coached by Mike McWha and Cord Kitson.